I have got Dullaway and Mayle that are reportedly Rroma from south east london in the 19th century (around Gipsy hill way) although records that include Epsom, Peterborough and Chatham are a bit of a giveaway too.
There appears to be a bit of an issue with historical research into older romany families; while the names of the families that are still living the Romany lifestyle have survived, whole communities appear to have been assimilated with nothing more than feint unspoken family memories.
Romany genes is doing an excellent job building on the verbal history, but there are some good older sources for names and lifestyle info - take a look at the free gutenburg ebook "Romano Lavo-Lil: word book of the Romany; or, English Gypsy language by Borrow"
You can find it here:http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/2733
lots of food for thought here, especially the wandsworth camp section - incidentaly, Borrow suggests that 'Petulengro' is Roma for 'Smith' in the section on names.